Life at the Molecular Level

Present Attempt celebrate loneliness and the freedom that comes from playing in private. As the walls of an urban tower-block collapse, three microwaves prepare three ready-meals. Three men navigate solitary existences between cosmic and domestic through cooking, confessions and karaoke. The performers are encouraged to enter areas where they feel vulnerable and to share a moment together, with the audience.

Life at the Molecular Level was a studio show shown at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2008 (Underbelly) and at the ICA in London as part of the Accidental Festival 2008.

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